That one of the most read articles concerning minimum wages in cycling
failed to canvass the direst situation of all only augments the parlous
reality that is women's pro cycling, writes Anthony Tan.
Equal pay for equal work? Gough Whitlam thought so - and made it law. Can the UCI do the same? (Getty)
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At what point does one's love for something become so great, it
eventually leads to feeling the exact opposite, asks Anthony Tan?
"I wanted to take a step back from the WorldTour": Lachlan Morton will be riding for US Continental team Jelly Belly in 2015, together with his brother Gus. (Getty/Mark Gunter)
A need to remember, pitted against a need to forget... The tide has only
just turned for the better, but the dance inside our heads that goes back and forth
will long continue, writes Anthony Tan.
"For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction"... (Getty)
If we're "genetically hard-wired to eat" as the experts say, it follows that parents should be hard-wiring their children to exercise, too. Asks Anthony Tan, aside from walking, what easier way is there than to start with a bicycle?
Easy as 1-2-3... (Getty)
Given today is national #Ride2Work Day, Anthony Tan has timely discovered a new titleholder as 'The King of Spin'.
An inflated sense of entitlement from the Daily Telegraph? Anthony Tan thinks so. (AAP)
If David Millar still yearns for the days of old when the sport was no
more than a farce, then time is nigh for the Scot to move on, writes
Old school... David Millar: "The irony is I no longer fit in." (Getty)
After his scathing blog on the women's road race in Ponferrada and the social media
reaction it spawned, Anthony Tan believes there is really only one way to sort out who's
It's on... Tiffany Cromwell will go head-to-head with Anthony Tan at 'Ride Nationals' on Sunday January 11, part of next year's Cycling Australia National Road Championships. (Getty)
The seminal victories of Michael Rogers, Michal Kwiatkowski and Daniel
Martin this season have all revealed a common theme, writes Anthony Tan.
Brain plus brawn... Daniel Martin knows how to win big. (Getty)